The Oyster of suburbia

February 2010
Railway Gazette International;Feb2010, Vol. 166 Issue 2, p36
Trade Publication
This article announces that the use of smart cards in pay-as-you-go mode would be accepted on main line suburban rail services across the Transport for London area in England from January 2, 2010, according to Mayor Boris Johnson.


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